a lot of damage to our system, and our hair is just one little sign of it. To avoid losing hair due to stress, it is important to find healthy ways to deal with stress. This will show everywhere, including better-looking hair.
Monitor Blood Sugar Levels.
Whenever blood sugar levels are out of control the whole system struggles. High or low blood sugars create problems in the cardiovascular system.
If blood sugar remains uncontrolled, poor circulation develops and this directly affects hair loss.
When blood is not able to reach the hair follicle, it will produce weak, thin, brittle hair that is more prone to damage.
If poor circulation continues, the hair follicle can die due to a lack of nutrients, over time this results in balding.
Massage, Massage & Massage Again.
Massaging our scalp is an excellent way to stimulate blood flow.
When blood is flowing the hair follicle is nourished, which helps hair grow healthy, and prevents the hair follicle from dying.
In addition, stylists swear it will make your hair grow faster! Maybe you should give it a try, use some coconut oil for extra nourishment!
When to see a doctor
If you are living with diabetes, you should regularly see a doctor for checkups. Your doctor will be able to address your concerns about hair loss and provide further recommendations and treatments to reduce or stop your hair loss.